It has come to my attention that you have "fixed" the dryer in my residence. I sincerely appreciate your assistance in this regard, however, I would like to note that my dryer was not broken. Rather, it was the washing machine. As I specified in the work order I submitted approximately 3 weeks ago, wherein I included the technical description of the problem that the middle thingey is not spinning in the spin cycle. I guess I should also clarify that the miggle thingey is also not spinning during the wash cycle. As a result, the clothes do not actually wash so much as soak up water and make laundry soap crystals on the clothing.
I would also like to bring to your attention that my dryer no longer works after you fixed it. Although I fully admit I am not a qualified washer/dryer repairman, perhaps the dryer did not need a middle thingey to be fixed? But this is just a guess on my part.
In addition, I would like to just raise a few more issues for you to consider when you finally do come to my residence to repair both the washer and the dryer:
* When I commented that the AC in the bedroom does not cool the upstairs, I was not asking you to send someone over to turn down the main thermostat to 42 degrees farenheit in order to cool the bedroom. Granted, the bedroom was markedly cooler; however, there were snow flurries in the living room. Perhaps we could come to a better solution?
* When I asked someone to check out the AC splitpack unit in the kitchen because I thought there was a bird or something equally scary running around inside it, I did not mean for you to simply plug up the hole on the outside. What I wanted, and perhaps I should have been more clear, was for you to remove said animal from INSIDE the unit and THEN plug up the hole. Please return soonest to remove the AC Monster (because God only knows what part of Africa got in there when we weren't looking) before it DIES in there and I demand a new house because this one will be too yucky to live in anymore.
* My request for storage for towels and soaps has been filled. However, for your future reference, pretty much nobody puts a dresser in a bathroom these days. Perhaps you should consider other storage options? I hear IKEA has some nifty options that can be easily assembled by someone who is not me.
Once again, I appreciate your continued assistance in this regard and look forward to your new and half-assed solutions to my housing needs.
Sometimes? I'm Judgmental. Also, Seattle!
3 hours ago